SCC is committed to providing equal opportunities for students with disabilities to participate in our college’s courses, programs, and activities. Disability Services is the designated office at South Central College where students with disabilities can request reasonable accommodations for their courses.
Disability Services is part of the Academic Support Center located in room E-112 in North Mankato and A-116 in Faribault.
Scheduling an Appointment
We offer the options of in-person, online, and phone appointments.
Summer 2021 Hours and Availability
- Online and phone appointments are available on both campuses
- Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
- Friday 8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
- North Mankato in-person appointments are available most Mondays and Thursdays.
- Faribault in-person appointments are available by appointment.
To make an appointment use the links below or call 507-389-7222
Requesting Accommodations for the First Time
To request accommodations for the first time, students must meet with Disability Services staff to discuss their accessibility concerns or barriers and provide appropriate documentation. Students can request a meeting with DS staff by submitting the DS Info Appointment Form
We usually need a document from a doctor, therapist, or school staff stating that you have a disability. If you can send us this information before your meeting, we will read it before talking with you and get you the help you need faster. If you do not have paperwork to share with us yet, we can still meet with you and help you get the information we need.
- If you have a physical or mental health condition, we may ask for information from a medical doctor or therapist. You can give your medical professional the Verification of Disability Form to complete and return to our office.
- High school Individualized Education Programs (IEP) or 504 Plans can be shared and should include the most recent evaluation report.
- DS staff will review the evaluation report to determine if there is enough information to determine disability status at the college level. IEPs and 504 Plans are written to meet requirements under the Individuals with Disabilities Educational Act (IDEA), which does not apply at the college level.
Students Currently Using Disability Services
Accommodations must be requested each semester. If you are currently registered with disability services and would like to request accommodations for next semester, please complete the Accommodation Plan Update Form.
Accommodations Processes and Forms
Students with disabilities meet one of the criteria to be eligible for TRIO. The mission of TRIO is to increase retention, graduation, and four-year institution transfer rates of program participants. All program activities are designed to help you continue your education and increase academic success. Learn more and apply by visiting the TRIO Web page.
Disability and Accommodation Policies
Minnesota State Board Policy 1B.4 Access and Accommodation for Individuals with Disabilities
Complaint / Grievance Policy #3000.11
Harassment/Nondiscrimination in Employment & Education Policy
Service Animal Guideline #6.1101.00.0001